Plaubel Makina 67 with Ilford XP2 400

It’s holidays season and I am trying to relax and have fun, so I don’t post these days with my usual pace. For today, I am uploading three images taken with the Plaubel Makina 67 and Ilford XP2 400 film (a C41 process black and white film).
The XP2 is a great b&w film for those times when I don’t have the time or the mood to develop it myself. I just give it to the lab and get it back one hour later just like a color negative. It’s a great film with great latitude and although not quite the look of a classic b&w silver halide emulsion it’s a good choice. Furthermore, I can use the ICE on my scanner to clean spots and scratches and that’s a great advantage.
The Plaubel Makina 67 is a camera I use more and more often lately, it’s so easy to carry it around due it’s small size (when folded). I have repeatedly written about this wonderful camera so if you want more info just search my previous posts.

All images below were shot with the Makina 67 and XP2 400 film.

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